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on that coming up at 6:00. rob roblin, wbal-tv 11 news. >> baltimore city police want to know who shot a man in the head last night killing him at the scene. 11 news is working to learn more about what happened on mickey avenue about 10:30 last night. the only thing we know is the victim's name, brandon. they have no leads i possible suspects or motive, so anyone with information should call baltimore city police. >> lawmakers joining the effort calling upon lawmakers to raise the federal minimum wage in hopes of making a around $10 an hour and by 2014. lowell melser was at city hall wary rally was held and joins us with the latest. >> right now, the federal minimum wage is $7.25 which comes out to $15,000 per year. earlier today, baltimore lawmakers were pledging and calling out for raising the rate. >> ladies and gentlemen, we're here today to demand that congress pass the rebuild america act which would raise the federal minimum wage for nearly 30 million american workers. >> tuesday, baltimore city council president flanked by other leaders including the mayor calling out on washington t
. an arrest at the preakness is at the center of the dispute between a man and the baltimore city police department. a woman was arrested for allegedly assaulting somebody at a ticket counter and punching an officer. a witness said he recorded the arrest on his cell phone. police seized the phone, erasing his version of the incident. >> citizens have a right to -- as long as they are not interfering with the work of the police department, they have a right to record officers when they are doing their jobs out there in public to help keep the police accountable. >> baltimore city police say this is no longer an issue. last year they released new rules saying recorders must be allowed. nadia ramdass, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. the orioles could not finish off a sweep of the indians last night. fans cannot be happier with the season so far. football fans are cheering the ravens return to training camp today. joe flacco and rookies will start practice sessions at the under armour performance center in owings mills this afternoon. veterans will join them. the rest of the team is expected
of the traffic with mike massco. >>> talking about baltimore city, impacted with the water main break from last week. expect tie ups, especially around light street. we will keeping an eye on 895, issues with the long-term construction, that's going to wrap up next month. 895 northbound, they are working on the bridge. by mid august that should be all taken care of. 69 a, ramp towards the westbound, route 372, going to give you problems this morning. we will talk about your traffic, coming up in a little bit. >>> 7 days in the darks one baltimore county community had to deal with. we will have a live report on what they are saying was the problem. and the latest on the timeline, detours and progress of baltimore's light street water main break. you are waking up to what is new in maryland. you nied power, you never know how much you need it until it's gone. june 29th, knocked out power for hundreds of thousands in the area. one community says the thing could have been avoided. linda so is live to explain. these people say this comes down to the trees. >> reporter: that's right. trees on this ro
the federal minimum wage for nearly 30 million american workers. >> tuesday, baltimore city council president flanked by other baltimore leaders including the mayor calling on washington to raise the federal minimum wage. it was part of a national effort to urge lawmakers to approve the proposed rebuild america act which would give a paid raised to people like bruce who lost his $13 an hour job and now works for minimum wage in telemarketing. >> every month, we have to make a decision on paying a bill, paying rent, or having food for the children. >> it is based on the minimum wage proposal which would raise the federal minimum wage by 85 cents per year for three years capping at about $10 in 2014. in 2015, it would adjust to keep pace with the rising cost of living and would raise the minimum wage for other employees. they feel it would help struggling baltimore residents and other cities rebuild economically. >> to have to enroll in public service, social services to get food, clothing drives to get your kids' clothes. you have to go to school supply drive to get your kid's school supplies.
.s. department of justice got involved. a man and a baltimore city police department. a man was arrested for allegedly assaulting somebody at a ticket counter. a witness said he recorded the arrest on his cell phone. police seized the phone. >> as long as they are not interfering with the work of the police department, they have a right to record officers when they are doing the jobs out in public to keep the police accountable. >> baltimore city police say this is the lumber an issue. there released new rules saying recorders must be allowed. if any of lizard breaks the guy like, they faced department sanctions. nadia ramdass, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. ravens training camp officially begins later today. joe flacco and rookies will start practice sessions at the under armour performance center in owings mills this afternoon. keith mills will have more on training camp coming up on sports. >> 76 degrees on tv hill. the first u.s. catholics learned his fate today. >> a pencil player mayor could be in contempt of court -- a pennsylvania mayor could be in contempt of court. ♪ ♪ ♪
the death of the former baltimore city mayor and shaffer, shaffer will learn his fate. tensions could run high in new york over sugary drinks and the possible ban. a public hearing on bloomberg's plan to ban drinks in a fight against obesity. m and t will finish transforming football field in to a soccer field for the match between the hot spur and liverpool football club. >>> we saw the big bear, the big bear, the baby bear was yesterday. that bear walked in to a sears, asked where the electronic section was and no one helped him. >> you got jokes this morning. i hike that. we are warm, 75 degrees now in baltimore as we go down to cape hatteras. 78 there. the interior, that's the hottest. 87 st. louis. cincinnati 82. temperatures in the afternoon in the triple digits. it's going to feel like the triple digits to us once we add in the humidity. satellite and radar, not a lot. we have showers and thunderstorms in to indiana. we could see thunderstorms sparking as we go in to the afternoon. a cold front will slides through the area. manchester, beautiful sunrise, we could see the high cirru
assembly to expand gambling. the governor met last week with a group of baltimore city lawmakers to discuss the idea. several delegates oppose another casino at the national harbor in prince george's county.they're worried it will take money away from a future casino in baltimore city.they say if the national harbor casino is approved... they want some of the revenue to help repair city schools. (tarrant) "we've got the oldest infrastructure in the state of maryland... because it's too hot in our classrooms."3 classrooms." our classrooms." classrooms." the governor is expected to make the announcement later this week. the maryland lottery is breaking sales record... for the á15th straight year.áwe're learning the agency generated 1-point-79 billion dollars in non- casino sales... in fiscal year 2012. it also contributed 556-million to the state's general fund also a record. that's the largest revenue ever gained by the state lottery in the agency's history. repairs continue along light street ... one week... after that massive water main break that disrupted downtown baltimo. baltimor
is being transformed for an international soccer match. >>> baltimore city neighborhood. from city blight to city bright. i'm pat warren, coming up on eyewitness news. the legacy of william donald schaefer. >> it's definitely a hit to my dignity. >>> i'm adam may. the growing calls to raise minimum wage. that's coming up. >>> watching for storms. what's in store for the rest of the week? don't miss the updated first warning forecast with bob. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it is overcast with storms in the region and 89 degrees in central maryland right now. the complete first warning weather forecast is coming up. there are growing calls across the country and right here in maryland to raise the minimum wage. today, struggling families take on politicians, deadlocked in how to fix the economy. adam may has more on the impact and the debate. hi, adam. >> hi, kai. yeah, over the last few years, politicians have been at odds over how to fix the economy. and meanwhile, the working class has become the working poor. >> reporter: baltimore packed city hall. brses bruce gross recently lost his constr
are being becoming the working poor. >> reporter: baltimore city hall, packed with people demanding raise in minimum wage. bruce gross recently lost his construction job. now he's raising his twin boys and daughter on $7.25 an hour. >> i can't even raise my kids or my family on that type of money. i have to go through months of deciding whether to pay bills or get food. >> reporter: current minimum wage is $7.25. part of rebuild america act, which calls for infrastucture to create new jobs. partially paid for by increasing taxes on the wealthiest americans. >> we're struggling to get to the middle. and i feel like they should be thinking, oh, how can we help? >> reporter: there's no question, middle class families are falling behind. their salaries have increased 35% in the last foury decade -- four decades, while the wealthiest has seen a 278% increase. >> it is absolutely destroying the very health of our democracy. >> cindy walsh is an activist. >> we will continue to see if if this if we do not put our foot down to the idea of free market and globalization being the answer to domestic
on the victim's condition. we're following breaking is at a baltimore city. police are investigating a serious shooting in west baltimore. we're told that happened about half an hour ago. homicide detectives are on the scene because of the serious nature. baltimore county police have linked a suspect in a recent burglary to a sexual assault case. ricky marion bostic tried to break into a home on thursday night. upon further investigation, detectives believe the is the same man who sexually assaulted a woman and her roommate back in may. >> we took his fingerprints and we compared them to evidence recovered from a may 24 sexual assault. the fingerprints were a match. >> he remains behind bars tonight charged with first- degree burglary and sexual offenses. anne arundel medical center officials say an electrical fire and utility closet prompted the evacuation of more than two dozen mothers and newborns. a staff members and helped to escort people out of the building. the fire was found inside a third floor utility closet. fire crews were able to extinguish the fire, but not before much of the ho
river. baltimore city, delays, issues light, bond, baltimore, lumbar, dealing with issues and delays this morning. lane closures, due to a water main break and orioles are in town. that's an issue by 5:00 this evening. avoid parts of the stadium or the roads surrounding the stadium. 695, liberty, starting to get busy at this hour. we have a camera to show you. there is 895, o'donnell street. smooth sailing making your way towards harbor tunnel. a 4 minute ride. 95 to 83, cruising at 11 minutes between the two points, 795 to 95. that's a 12 minute commute. another check on traffic in a little bit. >>> many of you sounding off on the facebook page about sanctions handed down to penn state. the school was punished for failing to protect children from sexual abuse by jerry sandusky. a $60 million fine, one year's revenue for the football program. also no bowl games for four years. the removal of all wins dating back to 1998. head coach joe paterno, no longer the winningest coach in history. >> no price the ncaa can levee will repair the damage inflighted byger -- inflicted by jerry sandu
the leaders in baltimore city hall have already decided. nowthe mayor is stumping... for more support.... hoping that 'a tug of the heartstrings'... will be an effective strategy. from commercial "every baby is born with infinite possibilies."mayor stephanie rawlings-blake... is now front and center - throwing her support behind the so-called maryland dream act.though the campaign commercial does not specifically mention the legislation. 06:58 "you show these beautiful little faces... do you wanna deprive them of an education."doctor richard vatz is a professor of political rhetoric. he says focusing on children as young as babiee may be an effective strategy.but doubts many maryladners will be swayed by a politician's endorsement.( from commercial) "it's right and it's fair."most voters - he believes - have already formed their own opinion on the fairness... and financial impact of the dream act.12:10 "when you're giving in-state... someobody's paying for that."critics of the law it it'll cost maryland taxpayers millions of dollars. one of the main points raised in the petition dri
. brown stabbed weatherford. >>> tonight baltimore city police are searching for suspects in a stabbing on reisterstown road on monday that backed up traffic during the evening rush hour. the three men were seen next to the 7 eleven in the 5100 block. they crossed the road. one man stabbed a victim repeatedly near the bus stop. the man collapsed when the suv ran over him. paramedics transported the man to a local hospital where he is still listed in critical condition. >>> tonight baltimore police need your help trying to identify this man. he's wanted in connection with a sexual assault. it happened in the 2300 block of aiken street. anyone with information is asked to call the city police department's sex offense unit. 410-396-2076. >>> new tonight, the catholic priest at the center of the landmark sexual abuse coverup in philadelphia was sentenced to six years in prison. he is the highest ranking church member. the lawyers claims he repeatedly told higherups about the abuse but was under strict orders not to remove anyone from the church. >> we welcome that level of interest -- >>> p
in baltimore city. we have road closures due to the massive water main break. let's take a live look. as you can see, there is the vehicle fire at wilkins avenue if you look to the right side of your screen. for the most accurate and up to date information, count on us at wjz.com. >>> here is what people are talking about. shock waves from the ncaa penalties against penn state. the effects being felt not only at the campus but around the country this morning. sports director mark vive -- mark viviano has more. >>> reporter: good morning, the sanctions are steep and they include a $60 million fine, equal to one year of penn state's revenue, a rich program with a rich tradition finds itself on the brink of busted. in addition to the fine, a four- year ban on bowl games and a reduction in scholarships likely to cripple a once strong program. their proud past forever tarnished. penn state's present and future in doubt. the ncaa stopped short of shutting down the program, instead handing down wide ranging and long lasting punishment in reaction to the cover up of a sex scandal involving jerry san
...if you have any information about this case.....you are asked to call baltimore city police. you can help fight back against crime. call our fighting back hotline to let us know what you're doing to clean up the streets of your neighborhood. the number is 410-662-1456. 3 3 we're following a developing story regarding the second amen. amendment.the state of maryland must begin issuing concealed carry permits... unless they can prove you shouldn't be carrying a gun. a u-s district judge ruled a portion of the state law that requires marylanders to show "good and substantial reason" to carry a gun is inconstitutional. the state had appealed the ruling... and requested a stay but the juge said the state did not give enough proof that a stay was necessary. the case against the maryland law was brought by the second amendment foundation in 2010. that brings us to our question of the day.do you agree with the judge's ruling that makes it easier to get a gun permit in maryland? go to fox-baltimore dot com and tell us what you think. you can also sound off through facebook. send us
... he is now working at a full time job... and plans to attend baltimore city community college in the fall... kc fox 45 news at 5;30 how are the roads looking tonig? tonight?carrie peirce has our traffic edge report. 3 report. mapfiber- 83 at shawanmdot- 695 at greenspring mapmap 3 one year later.....police are still trying to solve a murder that left three people dead .... .... karen parks is live in northeast baltimore where police were out on the streets . today..... 3 this is the neighborhood where that murder happened nearly one year ago.....police were here earlier today handing out flyers hoping to get one step closer to finding the killer.....or killers.... killers.... //take vo// july 26th police were called to this house along nicholas avenue at 4:30 in the morning after neighbors reported hearing gunshots...when investigators arrived...they say the home appeared secured so they left.....an hour and a half later...the home went up in flames....that's when three bodies were discovered inside....the homeowner.....his 36 year old daughter and her boyfriend..
. we will get that done. this morning, baltimore city, light street, bond street, affected this morning due to the last week's water main break. 895 long-term construction, heading towards the harbor tunnel. they are working on the steel bridge. hawksville road, an accident involving a car in to a pole. outside we go, look at the shot this is not a bad looking shot. 83, shawan road. so far, so good. over to drive times, see how your commute will fair. route 140 to 695, ten minute ride. 795 to 95, 11 minutes. fort mc henry, 695, 11 minute commute. that's your time save traffic, now a check on weather with lynette charles. >>> let's talk about what is going on. we look at the satellite and radar, not a lot to be found. clouds to the north. back off towards the west there. as we go throughout the day, we have a chance for showers to roll in, thunderstorms, we will talk about that in a second. i would like to take you outside and show you what is going on in bel air. we are seeing the sunrise slowly this morning. we are nice and quiet for the most part. we will pretty much stay that way for
immigrants should get in-state tuition discounts for college. now - baltimore city hall - is taking up the battle. the mayor - now front and center - in this divisive issue. she's featured in a new ad in support of the dream act - although she never actually mentions the legislation. the ad also featured children as young as babies. and talks about the infinite possibilities for education. and while political analysts say the approach of tugging on voters' heartstrings may be an effective strategy... it's less likely that a politician's voice in the debate - will change the minds of many voters. <"most people know how they feel about it... don't need to be told by authority figures how to vote."> to be clear about the dream act - it's not about guaranteeing or denying student admissions. it's a matter of how much children of illegals should pay.critics of the law say it'll cost maryland taxpayers millions of dolalrs to subsidize their educational discounts.live from city hall - melinda roeder - fox 45 news - late edition. see... all of our stories... about the dream act../.at... fox
-- manchester. that's one that looks like it will move toward the baltimore city area. you can see it moving directly south right now. we have a possibility in the next 45 minutes or so of getting some action across the baltimore metro. and particularly now in frederick. frederick county, that storm moving right into the frederick area, right this minute. they have one over parkton. if you're anywhere in northern baltimore county, you can probably see or hear that lightning and thunder in the area. maybe brief, gusty winds, 40 to 50 miles an hour. this storm is not as strong now as it was. this is still pretty strong. but the warning will be dropped at 5:00. moving toward the frederick area. warm and humid air. 89, dew point 72. west winds at 21. barometer holding steady. 29.70 inches. right now, 70 in oakland. 91 in ocean city. upper 80s, a little above average. but high dew points, a lot of moisture in the air. so there's a lot of potential for heavy downpours. 89 in annapolis. d.c., columbus. pretty strong west winds. as much these may also begin to tear up these storms a little bit apart
this morning. let's take you to the maps. an accident in baltimore city, to bring your attention to. fleet at central avenue. we have to tell you an issue in cane street lumbart, an accident that is giving us slower than normal speeds. orioles are in town tonight at 7:05, expect delays after 5:00. 30 miles per hours down to baltimore washington parkway. southbound lane at 195 at 175. this is a shot of bell ware road. see you in 25 with another traffic update. so what i'm saying is, people like options. when you take geico, you can call them anytime you feel like saving money. it don't matter, day or night. use your computer, your smartphone, your tablet, whatever. the point is, you have options. oh, how convenient. hey. crab cakes, what are you looking at? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. ♪ >>> why are we playing "hail to the chief"? i don't know but the crowd seems to love it. who are they seeing out there? the latest on the campaign trail. there he is, will ferrell, starring as cam brady. that's how you roll. >> congratulations on running
legislation. baltimore city, washington, d.c., and fairfax county all have policies. >> bird lovers and wildcat lovers promise they'll be back when it comes up again, too. bruce leshan, 9news now. >> and alley cat ally says humans are a far greater threat than these cats and they say trapped, neuter and return, is the only proven way to shrink the population of the millions of wildcats that we've been talking about. >>> we have breaking news in arlington tonight, where two bodies have been discovered. the picture live here from arlington where police are on the scene where they responded to park shirlington apartments. there were reports of a 30-year- old woman found dead. when paramedics got there, a second body was found. officers cordenned off a building. they have a crew on the way. we'll bring you more when it becomes available. >>> to d.c. now, where residents say the city is doing okay. that's according to a new web based service that allows the mayor to take the temperature of how people feel in the city. bruce johnson has seen this report card. you actually gone out and t
. but in moderation. on the lower left. we see a topographic map from a satellite. what you see in red is the city of baltimore. places where the sunlight does not hit the ground because it is all paved. it is to make sure that every footfall is secure and you cannot pay a bit of attention to it. many of you have been doing it for quite a few years now. it is not good to sleepwalk through life. that way we don't have to worry about a thing. there is no bond on the floor. it is designed to be controlled and removed our brains of for having to worry about the details. i use google for an hour or two or three every day and my work and in my life. what a wonderful tool. it reduces exercise in thought through the momentary process of looking up information. we don't have to know where we are anymore. we can have someone tell us exactly where we are in the world. and we are also adding noise by the way we live our lives. we can compensate by trading in our brains in recovery direction and we can use technology to do that. how do you reverse age-related cognitive decline? you have to work on the skills a
are paying too low a yield thanks to 16 suited turd monkeys in london. (laughter) >> the city of baltimore and the firefighters and police union of new britain, connecticut, have already filed a lawsuit you're talking about one or two million dollars, that's a fire company. >> jon: yeah, but when you take out a mortgage to rebuild your burned-down house you're going to get a great rate. (laughter) we'll be right back. (applause (cheers and applause) >> jon: welcome back, everybody. you know, i don't know if you know this or not but often times presidential candidates typically release several year's worth of taxes. but not your mitt romney there. he... you know, democrats demanding more disclosure. you're never going to believe who else. republicans are telling the man to show some stuff. >> they should release the tax returns tomorrow. it's crazy, you have to release six, eight, ten years of back taxes. >> the cost of not releasing the returns are clear. >> even if you don't release 12 years worth of tax returns at least three, four, five. >> should he release the tax returns? >> i would.
. it is a drop in the bucket. penn state brings in $200 million a year from alumni. >> city police officers are investigating a late-night homicide in west baltimore. we brought this to you last night as breaking news at 11:00. the victim has not been identified. we are getting word of another shooting just around 10:00 p.m. city police officers responded to a call of shots fired at east preston street, where they found a 27-year-old male victim suffering a gunshot went to the light sentencing is scheduled for a man convicted in his role in a murder for hire plot. he faces a life sentence without the possibility of parole his co-defendant, shot a hickman, testified that she paid him a2 kill albert ro. she was afraid that he would find out she was stealing money from the business. >> i still think there is a threat of severe weather route in baltimore this afternoon. nothing going on right now. we have a few sprinkles near dc and annapolis. strong thunderstorms south of frostburg and maryland. it tornado warning was issued for grant county in west virginia. this will travel to adjust to the
coming in around 75 degrees ocean city. a great place to go to cool down a bit. 75 now in baltimore, 77 philly and new york. altuna, seeing 7s. not picking up on a lot in terms of the wet weather. you have to go towards the west and north in to indiana, they are dealing with showers and thunderstorms moving in to the picture, the cold front will move to the south. showers and thunderstorms in to the afternoon as well. high pressure pumping in the heat and humidity for today. he is the chance for scattered showers as we go in to the afternoon. commute home could be on the wet side. not everybody is going to get wet. scattered showers in nature if it happens. for today, i'm going with around 94 degrees, low to mid- 90s. that's well above average, we will do it too many. it won't be as wham. more seasonable and this is a look at your forecast for tonight if u heading to the game. a thunderstorm is possible. now a check of the traffic with mike masco. >>> good morning. let's get you to the roads. 695, that's where we find a trouble spot. this is due to a car fire outside of catonsville, ma
of the baltimore area. that should be most of it. as i put this in motion, maybe you can see some of the severe activity moving up through new york city and north of philadelphia, just a couple maybe some light isolated showers and occasional moderate downpour for those areas, but everything else has been to our north or south, bigger cluster of storms that moved from the charlottesville area through richmond down through hampton road. that's what's going on. tomorrow we have a frontal boundary coming. it could be a little better trigger for more organized showers and thunderstorms primarily in the afternoon. i don't see much in the morning. this will swing through and might find some pretty good energy in the atmosphere. that's what our models suggest. that will come through, might fire up storms in the afternoon. the storm prediction center in normand, oklahoma, says we do need to watch because some could have potentially damaging wins and hey. for wednesday a little cooler -- winds and hail. for wednesday a little cooler as high pressure briefly builds in. tonight a few cloud, a couple light
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